Inktober Witches 2 – Urban

When I thought of an ‘urban’ witch, I pictured a hip young lady on a laptop, sipping chai while she researches spells. The iguana familiar was just for fun 😀

This young lady is sitting in her favorite coffee-shop, Witch’s Brew Espresso, with her familiar, Iggy, looking up medicinal teas at the moment. It’s early summer in California in my mind, so she’s dressed for the warm weather.

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Below is the original drawing that I scanned when this was first drawn back in November. I liked it ok, but was never 100% satisfied with the image as it was.
I think adding the tone on my chic witch helped tremendously, and getting the window decal in place to help establish what that big empty space on the right is helped too. I’m finally happy with the finished ink version, above, though she will almost certainly be getting the full-color Photoshop treatment later on (like most of my inktobers).

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Inktober Witches 1 – Seasonal

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Fun with hatching and cross-hatching!

“No, Miss Jingles, you may not have a cookie. These are for our friends. You can have some gushy food when we get home.”

This is my first Inktober Witch, who I decided to make Holiday Seasonal 😀
She’s delivering fresh-baked cookies to her friends down the street, with her familiar, Miss Jingles, in tow. (Miss Jingles has a thing for gingerbread.)

 

 

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The original plain lines

 

If anyone was wondering, I’m using a list of prompts called ’31 Witches’ created by ochibrochi.(The list is here). Thanks for the fun prompts, ochibrochi!

Inktober Bonus Round – 3

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This was a response to art-block while trying to come up with an idea for the next prompt. He’s a post-apocalyptic mutant who’s face-mask filter the toxic air and allow him to breathe. The toxins are pulled out by the round device on his chest and expelled out the (very corroded) pipes coming out of his back.

I’ve very maturely titled him ‘pull my finger’.